Scotobleps is a monotypic frog genus in the family Arthroleptidae; its sole species is Scotobleps gabonicus, sometimes known as the Gaboon forest frog. It is found in eastern Nigeria, western Democratic Republic of the Congo, western and southwestern Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, and western Gabon. It is also presumed to occur in the western Republic of the Congo and in the Cabinda Enclave of Angola.
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